Bill Payne - Ron Holloway - Gabe Ford - Jam Session:
Unnamed new song
Five And Four
Jam (w/ Fred Tackett)
The Bank Robbery (from movie The Hot Spot, w/ whole band)
LITTLE FEAT SHOW:
Spanish Moon >
Skin It Back
Under The Radar (reggae version)
Brickyard Blues (Allen Toussaint song)
Those Feat Will Steer You Wrong Sometimes
Church Fallin' Down
Feats Don't Fail Me Now
Rock And Roll Doctor
Down On The Farm
Representing The Mambo
Fat Man In The Bathtub >
Abba Zabba >
Fat Man In The Bathtub
We Bid You Goodnight >
Don't Bogart That Joint >
All editing and mastering using WaveLab 6.10 with UAD-1 in 24/44.1
Taped and Transferred by Chris Cafiero, Little Feat Archivist.
Edited and Mastered by Alex Ford.
Tracking, file conversion and seeding by George Berridge.
- 9th Annual Feat Fan Excursion
- with Craig Fuller and Ron Holloway
- Toots and the Maytals opened
- Bill Payne along with Ron Holloway and Gabe Ford did short jam session set before the Little Feat show.
For those of us unable to make the Annual Pilgrimage to Negril, Chris and Alex have
yet again lept into the breach and provided this near-live experience. The sound is stellar, and it needs
to be to match the performance. This is the best Feat show since New Year's Eve. It's also unlike any show
they've ever done. Billy says the idea for the opening set came from the performance of Gringo on the
Rams Head Revisited release. That's reprised beautifully here, preceded and followed by jams that will
leave jazz aficionados drooling with delight. The highlight has got to be the full-band Bank Robbery – the
kind of jazz tune rockers can sink their teeth into. And when it's all said and done… the Feat show begins!
Brickyard Blues is one of the songs they've been working on in the studio for the upcoming blues-based
release. It is terrific – let's hope it becomes a set list regular. Craig is put to great use on his
hilarious Those Feat Will Steer Ya Wrong Sometimes. And how fine to hear Rock & Roll Doctor, with a
new jam added featuring the inspired Ron Holloway on sax. The set list was obviously chosen to take
advantage of Ron: e.g. Representing the Mambo, with a long sax jam, again like the Rams Head Revisited
This is one for the ages, folks. Thanks as always to Chris for lugging his gear and saving these sweet
sounds for posterity, and to Alex for his mastering wizardry and his help in keeping your humble
downloader/tracker from derailing himself.